Nour MobarakLocation: Los Angeles + Athens
Mobarak is a multidisciplinary artist whose sound practice focuses on the voice, spatialization, collage, and performance. Phonetics, variable tunings, granular synthesis, and structured improvisation can also shape her work.
Nour (Lebanese-American, b. 1985, Cairo, Egypt) lives and works in Los Angeles, CA, and Athens, Greece. Her recordings have been released on Recital Program, Los Angeles, CA; Ultra Eczema, Antwerp, BE; Taturoku, London, UK; The Tapeworm; London, UK; among others. Recent solo exhibitions include Dafne Phono, JOAN, Los Angeles, CA, 2022; Logistique Elastique, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York, NY, 2021; Sphere Studies and Subterranean Bounce, Hakuna Matata Sculpture Garden, Los Angeles, CA, 2020. Recent group exhibitions include Siren (some poetics), Amant Foundation, Brooklyn, NY; Symbionts: Contemporary Artists and the Biosphere, MIT List Art Center, Cambridge, MA; Looking Back / The 12th White Columns Annual, White Columns, New York, NY, all 2022. Forthcoming solo exhibitions include Dafne Phono, Rodeo Gallery, Athens and London, 2023. Mobarak received a BA from the University of Sussex, Brighton, England, and did further studies at Université Paris-Sorbonne, Paris IV, France.